Who has the best chance to make the College Football Playoff?

Brant Kuithe scores three TDs as Utah secures spot in Pac-12 championship (1:33)

Utah TE Brant Kuithe makes two touchdown catches and runs for a third score versus Colorado as the Utes secure a date with Oregon in the Pac-12 championship game. (1:33)

While the top three teams -- Ohio State, Clemson and LSU -- continue to dominate the Allstate Playoff Predictor, the story of Week 14 was the end of Alabama's College Football Playoff chances after its Iron Bowl loss to Auburn.

The Crimson Tide went from a 48% chance of making the top four to a 3% chance, and even that might be generous. This will be the first playoff without Alabama.

Ohio State (96%), Clemson (90%) and LSU (88%) all seem like near-locks to make the playoff. Ohio State and LSU are likely in regardless of the outcome in the conference championship games, and Clemson is a huge favorite over Virginia.

Georgia remains at fourth in the playoff predictor for now at 51%, but the Bulldogs will need a win over LSU in the SEC championship game to earn a spot in the top four.

After Georgia comes Oklahoma, one of the biggest beneficiaries of Alabama's loss. The Sooners are up to a 35% chance of making the top four. The Allstate Playoff Predictor remains skeptical of Utah's chances (13%) despite the Utes heading into the Pac-12 title game with only one loss.

Stay tuned, as things are sure to continue changing after the conference title games.